Water Efficiency In The Home. Judy Adler, P.E. Pollution Prevention Assistance Division. Total = 72.5 gallons per capita per day. Typical Single Family Home Water Use Without Conservation. Typical Single Family Home Water Use With Conservation. Total = 49.6 gallons per capita per day.
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Judy Adler, P.E.
Pollution Prevention Assistance Division
Total = 49.6 gallons per capita per day
Toilets 1.6 gpf
Urinals 1.0 gpf
Showerheads 2.5 gpm @ 80 psi
Faucets 2.5 gpm @ 80 psi
Payback =2.4 years
Payback =4.3 years
An average of 20% of toilets leak
High Rated Toilets - October 2002
Consumer Reports - August 2002
High rated and moderately priced dishwashers
Consumer Reports – July 2002
Highest ranking – Kenmore Elite 4292 $1,450
High ranking and lower price – Kenmore 4204, Frigidaire Gallery, and GE Profile $750
*Includes savings from other conservation programs including leak detection and repair, education, improved metering, and rate structures